The purpose of the game is collecting a score higher than the croupier’s adding the values of the cards dealt but not exceeding 21. Players bet against the casino. It is called Black Jack when a player reaches 21 points with an initial two-card hand. If the croupier gets Black Jack too, a tie is called and no one wins or loses.
The participants play one hand each against the croupier’s three hands, so they can place a maximum of three bets, but never less than two bets.
To play Challenge 21 eight 52-card decks are used, three of each color; it is also allowed to use decks of one color, as long as colors are alternated between tables. The back of the cards must have the same motif (design).
Card values: The Ace is 1 or 11 points, at the player’s choice. The face cards (J or Jack, Q or Queen, K or King) are 10 points. The rest of the cards keep the face value.
To shuffle and begin the game a minimum of one player is required. In every table a maximum of 6 seated players can participate at each box.
Superintendence of Casinos (SCJ) - Morandé 360, floor 11, Santiago, Chile. Postal code 834-0456. Telephone: (56 2) 2589 3000 - Mesa de Ayuda Solicitudes Ciudadanas: (56-2) 2589 3080. RUT: 61.976.100-6. Hours of operation: from monday to thursday 9:30 am to 13:00 pm and from 15:00 pm to 17:30 pm; and friday 9:30 am to 13:00 pm and from 15:00 am to 16:30 pm.